Wenger’s Evogrip range of Swiss Army Knives feature non-slip rubber embedded in the outer casing that matches the four major areas of contact your hand makes when using the product
This increases its safety, performance and efficiency
The Evogrip S17 is a member of this range, weighing 98.5g, 85mm long and includes 15 implements/16 functions
Features are: 85mm blade with Safety Lock System, Patented serrated edge scissors and lever, Flat screwdrivers with Safety Lock System, Wood saw, Cap lifter, wire bender, can opener and corkscrew, Nail file, nail cleaner and toothpick, Reamer, key ring and tweezers
Wenger was established in 1893 in Bern, Switzerland, as an industrial cutlery house. Its position in the market was that of a quality and innovative manufacturer, a factor which led it to become a joint supplier (with Victorinox) of knives to the Swiss Army. Over the last 100 years Wenger has added a stylish dimension to its well earned reputation and shares with Victorinox an equal standing as makers of quality and durable knives and multi-tools. In 2005, Victorinox acquired Wenger. Wenger are advertised as the "Genuine Swiss Army Knife" and Victorinox as the "Original Swiss Army Knife". In 2005, Wenger introduced Evolution, a series of Swiss Army Knives with ergonomic handles. This was dubbed the "first design change to the red-handled Swiss Army Knives since their inception".